The NFL season will have a different look and feel this season. Besides few to no fans in the stands, the league will also use end zones to condemn racism. NFL Commissioner Roge Goodell announced Tuesday that the NFL will imprint “End Racism” and “It Takes All Of Us” in the end zones at each stadium. Reports say the NFL will also allow similar messages on players’ helmets, including “Stop Hate” or “Black Lives Matter.”
The NFL, which up until recently had restricted its players from protesting for social change on the field, is making some changes in the 2020 season, including playing a song known as the Black national anthem before games on opening weekend. https://t.co/3OqzEdhvVA
— CNN (@CNN) September 2, 2020
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